CONSTANTIUS GALLUS (Flavius Claudius Constantius, originally named Gallus)
- Flavius Claudius Gallus, was a cousin of Constantius II, and was given the rank of Caesar in March 351, when his name was changed to Constantius.
- He was made governor of the eastern provinces, based at Antioch, but his rule was so tyrannical that his subjects complained to the emperor.
- Constantius wrote to him requesting his presence in Milan, and had him arrested on his journey.
- At Pola, in Istria, he was tried, convicted and executed (winter 354 AD).